Sprint and T-Mobile are reportedly close to proposing a merger, a move expected to cut jobs. Few analysts have estimated how many, but the number is expected to be large.
Sprint and T-Mobile are reportedly close to proposing a merger, a move expected to cut jobs. Few analysts have estimated how many, but the number is expected to be large. File photo
Sprint and T-Mobile are reportedly close to proposing a merger, a move expected to cut jobs. Few analysts have estimated how many, but the number is expected to be large. File photo

Could a Sprint merger with T-Mobile kill more jobs than Sprint has?

October 06, 2017 11:07 AM

UPDATED October 06, 2017 11:14 AM

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